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U.S. District Judge Victor Bolden of the District of Connecticut

'Love Them Both' Sparks Trademark Spat Between Pregnancy Nonprofits

By Robert Storace |

A Connecticut company's trademark application for "Love Them Both" was rejected in December for being too similar to Birthright's "We Love Them Both!"

Joe Lieberman.

Connecticut Fires Back at Schaghticoke Tribal Nation's $600M Suit

By Robert Storace |

Connecticut claims the tribe lacks standing to bring a lawsuit seeking compensation for land allegedly taken from its reservation hundreds of years ago. The state also claims it has sovereign immunity.

Randy Evans and Shari Klevens, Dentons partners.

Preserving Client Files When Moving a Law Firm

By J. RANDOLPH EVANS AND SHARI L. KLEVENS |

A key step for every law firm in limiting risk is to adopt a written document retention policy specifying the practices, procedures, and protocols for every employee in the law firm.

Attorney Resigns From Bar for Life Over Client Grievances

By ROBERT STORACE |

Louis S. Avitabile was accused of mishandling settlement funds, failing to represent a client in a criminal matter and forging a client's name on a check.

Attorney Resigns From Bar for Life Over Client Grievances

By ROBERT STORACE |

Louis S. Avitabile was accused of mishandling settlement funds, failing to represent a client in a criminal matter and forging a client's name on a check.

Connecticut Supreme Court.

Injured Police Officers Ask State Supreme Court to Let Them Seek Damages

By ROBERT STORACE |

The officers claim two property owners were willfully or wantonly negligent in causing their injuries in separate incidents.